Louis Armstrong on the MGM set of 'High Society', 1956 • Photographed by Bob Willoughby

Louis Armstrong (August 1901 – July Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter, singer, and an influential figure in jazz music.Louis Armstrong on the MGM set of 'High Society', 1956

Louis Armstrong - easy the greatest live show I ever saw featured Louis Armstrong. Unforgettable.

Jazz Trumpeter Louis Armstrong Waving to a Crowd of Adoring Fans as Their Applause Rolls over Him Premium Photographic Print by John Loengar.

With his instantly recognizable gravelly voice, Louis Armstrong was also an influential singer, demonstrating great dexterity as an improviser, bending the lyrics and melody of a song for expressive purposes. He was also skilled at scat singing (vocalizing using sounds and syllables instead of actual lyrics).

Jazz Guitar Lessons • What A Wonderful World • Louis Armstrong • Chords, Melody, Arpeggios, Videos

Louie Armstrong God he's great. Saw him at the Newport Jazz festival in mid-to-late and got unbelievable photos of him with his cheeks blown out .

DelightFULL’s lamps are knowingly inspired by jazz musicians, and here are the most quintessential albums and how they’ve inspired these Mid-century lamps.

The Best Jazz Albums and Their Influence in Mid-century Lamps

Louis Armstrong, American trumpeter, singer, composer and conductor. New York City, Halsman's studio. April (Photo by Philippe Halsman)

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Pops - Satchmo - Louis Armstrong Father of Trad Jazz What music what a musician!

Louis Armstrong was part of a revolution that occurred during this era known as the Harlem Renaissance. African American individuals began to have deep interest and involvement in music, art, and writing. Louis was a big a part of the music side, as his music is still praised to this day.

Louis Armstrong, nicknamed "Satchmo" - American jazz trumpeter and singer. Photo by Hervé Gloaguen, 1965

ella fitzgerald and louis armstrong, from snippet & ink.

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"Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong recording the album "Ella and Louis," 1956 © Phil Stern / Staley-Wise Gallery New York

Help - The music teacher is crucial in the learning of an instrument. Even when a student may have the right sound, the teacher helps ensure the student perfects the technique. As a result, the student can avoid common pitfalls as they progress to harder compositions.

A collage of music: Louis Armstrong's Museum open to trick-or-treaters; Jackson's 'Thriller' lives

Louis Armstrong teaching children how to play the trumpet. Melts my heart

Smiles! Sorrisos! Sonrisa! From Louis Armstrong

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Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World (música para ouvir e letra da música com legenda)! I see skies of blue / And clouds of white, / The bright blessed day, / The dark sacred night

What a Wonderful World sheet music by Louis Armstrong

Sheet Music: What a Wonderful World - a talented old musician played this on trumpet for me, then sang it to me. He was a musician from New Orleans who knew Louis Armstrong.

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